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"The July issue of Model Engineers' Workshop, number 230 is on sale soon! The cover features Cuborg, the mascot of Eccentric Engineering, made a rare UK appearance at the Harrogate Show and found time to send his greetings to MEW readers. Free inside: PULL-OUT WORKSHOP DATA CHART – THREAD SIZES - A four page reference for all the commonly encountered threads around the world from 16BA to 1 inch. Highlights of this exciting issue include: A SPRING CENTRE - A weekend project: Darren Conway describes an accessory that suits both lathe and mill. A TEE-SLOT FACEPLATE FOR AN ASIAN MINI-LATHE - This design by Michael Cox gets rounds the limitations of the standard faceplate. MY SEVENTY-YEAR-OLD APPRENTICE - Michael Slatter recruits a newcomer to the hobby. LATHE HEADSTOCK EXTENSION - Cameron McKeown continues the story of this heavy duty accessory. CENTRING WORK IN THE FOUR-JAW - It’s not the easiest thing to get the hang of, but Gary Wooding’s step by step guide can shorten the learning curve. A QUORN AND A CRANE - Harry Cosh gives the background to a pair of intertwined projects. SIMPLE SPEED CONTROL OF DC MOTORS - The Inchanga speed controller for low voltage DC motors. HARROGATE SHOW 2015 - The Editor reports back on some interesting developments on view this year. THE MILLER’S TALE - A little less ribald than Chaucer, the story of Ian Strickland’s venerable Trident Mill. ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE - A Harrison 250 is the lathe that John Calnan could not do without. HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED - As part of our 25th Anniversary celebrations, Dave Fenner looks at 25 years of change in the hobby. GRINDING A SINGLE POINT THREADING TOOL - Richard Rex ’does the math’ for those seeking perfection in their thread cutting. A TABLE-LENGTH MILLING VICE - David Piddington designed this robust accessory, an ideal subject for those seeking to make a sound workshop tool from castings. MEW – the Machinery Magazine that gives you More!

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